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of american freedom. if they get their way they will have a license to kill bawled eagles. what happens when wind sends a plane sideways as it lands? >> terrifying video out of england. you can see the plane being tossed around by the wind as it tries to land. later the same thing happened to a second plane at the birmingham airport a terrified damage said they felt lucky to be alive once the plane landed safely. the pilot tried to divert to a closer airport but he ended up making a hard landing on the soccer field. no one was seriously hurt amazingly and the pilot only had minor injuries. >> dozens of pilot wales off florida coast the everglades they are moving deeper into water. this providing hope after 11 whales were left dead. they vstill have miles to go. they stick together they are communal. they aren't sure how they ended up in such shallow waters. searching for the perfect engagement ring here's one you might want to steer clear of. a pennsylvania ad on craig's list he is trying to sell an engagement ring he says it used to be long to quote satan herself. i guess she broke off thei
a half of a foot of snow as the eagles took on the lions and they watched the ravens take on the vikings in zero visibility. they are racing to get the lights back on and thousands are living without power across the country and with the theft of new ice accumulations more outages could be on the way. all that and the official start of winter is still two weeks away. and winter of course still has the grip over much of the country. at least check airports reporting delays of deicing the planes and keep that in mind here and the northeast and the moisture will continue through the day. winds are pulling from the south and west and keeping the air a tad bit milder and instead of all the wintry precipitation we dealt with yesterday there is more in the way of rain today and new york city with the quick burst of snow it will get washed out before another round moves in and we have a number of advisories posted and travel plans along i-95 you will encounter slick spots and give yourself plenty of time and of course make sure that you provide a little bit of extra space between you and the car
in philadelphia where the eagles faced the lions. the field had so much snow that fans could not see the line marker and at times could not even see the ball. >>> the san jose city council is scheduled this week to consider new rules that could cut the number of medical marijuana dispensaries in the city. those regulations would include banning regulations. >>> a good will gesture fueled by faith as three sikh families handed out thousands of coats and jackets to those in need. the family's purchased the goods and brought them to st. vincent dupaul. the coats and jackets along with beanies socks were handed out to everyone in need. >> that's the main fundamental of our religion is to share with the less fortunate. >>> two of the families that made the coat give away possible live in tracy, the third lives in union city. the families say this is their first give away in the bay area but it is their 15th give away in northern california. >>> a generous group of bay area bikers is helping children who will have to spend the holidays in the hospital. ktvu's alex savidge shows us what they droppe
eagles. you can't make this up. straight from the obama administration. we'll tell you about it. "fox and friends" hour two starts right now. >>> you're watching "fox and friends." my favorite show. >> stone cold. happy saturday morning. it's the first saturday -- one of the first saturdays in december. i've lost track. in any case it's 7:00 a.m. on the east coast. anna kooiman. >> good morning. >> you said that i could have believed you. >> not a math major. doesn't matter. it's december and we're glad it is. >> a lot of terrible weather out there and storms, but a perfect storm brewing right now in washington, d.c. as it relates to obama care. just when you thought the website was up and running and things were looking good for obama care, we get a new bombshell report yesterday that it turns out that one in ten applications that are being filed through the website, are not going through. in fact, if you thought you signed four obama care, you might not find out you didn't sign up until after the deadline passes when you think you're covered? >> one in ten sounds bad but it's an imp
. >>> in philadelphia fans braved close to a half foot of snow as the eagles took on the lyons. >> i'd rather be home in a glass of wine in my hand. >> reporter: in baltimore icy conditions with nearly zero visibility a wild weekend of weather. leanne gregg, nbc news. >> and bill karins joins us with more on this. >> it's been a rough start to winter. >> the cold alone. the heating bills and everything else that comes with it. heading out the ice scraper and rock saulth in the mid-atlantic area. secondary roads, bridges and overpasses, then this cold blast. these are all windchill warnings that cover the entire northern plains. so a week of extended cold in that area. as far as ice, the temperatures, 34 in d.c., baltimore, 32, 34 in new york. still below freezing around boston, providence and hartford where we have a coating of snow and freezing drizzle so there's still spots in the suburbs north and west of all the big cities on i-95. it's not a blockbuster snow or ice. a lot of schools probably have delays because temperatures will warm up and it's going to get better as we go throughout the next c
: dallas, texas booyah to you. >> well, you've got to be better than vince young who was for the eagles. >> caller: absolutely. a question about canadian solar. i was wondering about the solar market right now with it being a little oversupplied. >> we're in solar, but we are in first solar. first solar broke out today. holy cow, we had management on last week. i think that they're really terrific. let's not fool around with the canadian version. let's go with the first version, first solar. first solar. what's white and red and heating up? o canada. you need to be in on the action. we need to see who makes the canadian playoffs after we look at the quarters. that's how we play them. don't move. lightning round is next. >> announcer: lightning round is sponsored by td ameritrade. >> it is time. it is time for the lightning round. you say the name of the stock. i don't know the calls or the name of the stock ahead of time. i tell you whether to buy or sell. when you hear this sound -- [ buzzer ] -- then the lightning round is over. are you ready, skee-daddy? start with sebastian in flori
, slushy airports and then this. take a look, eagles and lions fans in what they say are blizzard like conditions cheering on their favorite team. now one woman even tweeted me saying she bought tickets for her husband and that, well, it was for his birthday and he is out there sending her photos of the snowy mess. if you're curious, eagles did better on the snow winning the game 34-20. but conditions on roadways can get very dangerous. very slick out there. this picture tweeted out by dan amos. of a 30-car pileup in milwaukee, wisconsin. a reminder for you folks, stay home if you can. take a lock at low visibility in eugene oregon. this photo is from i-reporter steve gladder. temperature there he says, negative 10 degrees. thank you so much for sending your pictures and comments on twitter. that of course is @rosaflores. >> at least people have a sense of humor and we appreciate that here at cnn. thanks so much, rosa. >> let's talk politics. and the so-called do nothing congress. house and senate are scheduled to leave town soon. they will rap wrap it up and call it a year. we are tal
the philadelphia eagles from defeating the detroit lions with the help of some crews on the field to clear things up. the weather has been blamed for more than 3,700 canceled flights, talk about frustration b 1,100 flights planned for today. ed lavandera is at dallas-ft. worth international airport where it has been a frustrating couple days and hundreds of traveler, ed, spent the night. >> reporter: yes, there have been enough people sleeping here in the terminals of dfw international airport to populate a small texas town. 4,000 people friday night, that was down to 650 last night, and they're hoping, they're hoping that things start turning around today. >> this is day four, dallas-ft. worth international airport. times are getting desperate. >> reporter: growing frustrations for thousands of passengers after being stranded at the dallas-ft. worth international airport since friday. james archibald of canada is one of them. >> i just don't understand why they can't get the ice off the runway. i'm from canada. we've got four, five feet of snow on the runway, boom, plows go by. i know it's for o
against your eagles. >> it's tight. -- i'm calling abou lbe liquito c o bn th cssctn lossesndelngf1 tte yis ie of will catch a bid as soon as we get interest rates that go appreciably lower, so let's not sell it now. lumber liquidator, i know it does have operational problems and it is growing like a weed, but i don't want you to jettison oowf1 don't want you to jettison >> let's gto osin lodaf1 >> how's ii you? otidngi ulbu you want pl tt d 'noles. i covered football in 1977 and '78. pam in new jersey. pam! >> hi, pam, it's pam from new jersey, i just want to give you a great big boo-yah shoutout for everything that you do. > wa tsatohe lived in e mr. svobyoarmyo 1 litle- apecte it. ilies together. >> yes. >> here's my question, regarding epzn. they had a pullback, it's partnered with celgene. what are your thoughts. >> what stock did you mention? you mentioned apple. i would buy apple, what was the sponsored by t.d. ameritrade. >>> what's happening with chart industries? here's a company we've liked for a long time. major maker of cryogenic equipment and as well as lng stores and eng
, you've got to be better than vince young who was for the eagles. >> caller: absolutely. a question about canadian solar. i was wondering about the solar market right now with it being oversupplied. >> we're in solar, but we are in first solar. first solar broke out today. holy cow, we had management on last week. i think they're really terrific. let's not fool around with the canadian version. let's go with the first solar. first solar. what's white and red and heating up? o canada. you need to be in on the action. we need to see who makes the playoffs after the quarters. there's how we play them. don't move. so i c an reach ally bank 24/7, but there are no branches? 24/7. i'm sorry, i'm just really reluctant to try new things. really? what's wrong with trying new things? look! mommy's new vacuum! (cat screech) you feel that in your muscles? i do... drink water. it's a long story. well, not having branches let's us give you great rates and service. i'd like that. a new way to bank. a better way to save. ally bank. your money needs an ally. [ male announcer ] here's a question for y
the camera and here is a look at the flight over australia. >> that is terrific. if you see that sea eagle call the authorities. >> you have been busted. >>> you never get a second chance to make a first impression. it is terrible. there will be wonners no questions about. that but there will be millions of losers. too. >> that's the oklahoma republican john coal to say it is too late for obama care to make a good impression. and here is ja mu green that is a fox news contributor. >> thank you, alisyn. and thank you la rss, can you make a good second impression? >> i don't think so. >> i don't think so. everyone will remember the crash and burn of the website. the biggest problem as we did forward in the new year people will fine sticker shock. they don't have money to buy the new plan and go bare. and some people are going to get sick and die with serious illness and next fall as we head to the 2014 elections, a lot of people who got grandfathered will get cancelled again and get sticker shock right before the elections and people in small businesses will be cancelled out. and the employe
but it was on the other end of the train. we are joined by our legal eagle panel. could it be now that the onus is going to be on the mta, the train company? >> we have causing -- don't break out the latin words on me. >> thanks d s dug. >> it is how you hold the company responsible for the conduct of the employee. if they are outside the scope of the employment then you can't hold them responsible. >> i'm a bus driver and i park the bus and i go off to buy donuts and something happens. >> this man allegedly fell asleep and there were other factors that point to the mta as well. you mention them being on one side and not the other. if they knew that they needed the alerter system. then they don't put it in one side or the other when the train goes back and forth like this. here is my question for you, keith, which is could this engineer, be building some sort of a defense here? could he be prosecuted? could he say look, i fell asleep. could that change a charge against him? >> voluntary manslaughter. what was he doing in the hours and the days leading into that work shift. but if he was sleep deprived h
it as orderly as possible. a. >> they arrived in coeur d' alene and eagle city in 1884 and he came over from thompson falls montana. he heard about a gold rush. people would find money and gold lying on the ground. everybody was coming from all over the country because of the railroad. they make it display in the papers all over the country about how wonderful the gold rush was and they were trying to build up their clientele and their trains. that was the reason they did that. when he got here it was the worst winter they had since god knows when but it was 30-foot
is buried backwards of. >> reporter: the snow didn't keep the philadelphia eagles or the detroit lions off the field, but the powerful winter storm that's been moving across the country is wreaking havoc on roads and at airports where thousands of flights have been delayed or canceled. the dangerous mix of freezing rain, sleet and snow hit much of the southwest pushing north. it's expected to leave up to 1/2-foot of snow in pennsylvania, delaware and southern new jersey. the potent system caused power outages across the southeast with icy conditions expected through monday from texas to ohio to tennessee. >> it's like a one-two punch, cold air to the north, warm air to the south and it creates a very dangerous mixing line of ice and rain and the mix is almost more dangerous than straight snow. >> reporter: the wintery mix has hit new york where the snow is expected to turn to rain before temperatures go back up to the high 40s. the storm stranded drivers on icy texas highways saturday, 400 flights scheduled to depart dallas/fort worth canceled sunday as was the dallas marathon. car crashe
, it included eagles game in philadelphia, turning it into a "snow bowl." there are bullish bets for natural gas. gas, energyatural futures were lower across the board with gold and metals higher on that weekend -- weakened dollar. and we are seeing hedge funds the least bullish on gold since 2004. ,et long positions in gold fell more than in five years, according to trading data last month. this was within half a percent of the record reached in july. lookinge, analysts were at the oil prices falling for a second week, it as they boost the oil supply. the bullish bets on oil are the most since july. >> su keenan, thank you. nigeria has developed considerable wealth for a small percentage of its population, and the high level of wealth has led to an increasing appetite for luxury brands. bloomberg's tom gibson reports. these sparkling watches are not in the shop windows of london or z√úrich. is the largest city in nigeria. here, the wealthy used to have to go abroad for luxury staples. now, big brands come to them. >> it is a big luxury for the brands to be here. end, butat the highest there is
're struggling. >> a lot of guys buy tools there still. >> american eagle, shares down as the company reports third 68% on arofit tumbling 6% revenue drop. and american eagle lowering its profit outlook for the rest of the year as it resorts to heavy discounting to pull in shoppers. pac sun. b.ril he y likes pac sun. >> it's ironic all the names are losers on a day when the market up is. but another one, big lots, 13% as theing closeout retailer provides a lower-than-expected guidance. lots also announcing plans -- there's the closing bell. exiting the canadian market operates 73 stores. .> we have to make up ground >> we're coming up on our number day.tock of the intel up more than 2% for the dow.st gain in the stability and corporate demand the chipmaker. and here we are closing out the session here pretty significant near the highs of the session. it looks like we're ending up almost 200 points on the dow. points, gain of better than 1% on the s&p. 29 of the 30 dow components all trading higher today. biggest rally we've seen for the market in a month. we should point out that all of that
. >> yeah. the redskins, ravens, eagles, all have games impacted by this weather. looking quiet from boston to new york to washington. that will change. this snow-and-ice show is a one-day event and it's really just tomorrow. in washington you can see the heaviest, which is white. in roanoke to richmond, i had much -- i-81 may see the heaviest accumulation. ov overnight tomorrow night into monday may see snow. that's the biggest difference between this ice event and yesterday's, temperatures have been holding so cold. that will not be the case along the eastern sea board. by monday everybody will be in the 40s so whatever ice there is will melt. the watch starts in the morning by 11:00 or 12. snow and sleet to start. by the afternoon and evening, changing over to freezing rain and sleet. on the haul maybe one to two inches of snow, a quarter of inch of ice possible in washington. philadelphia and afternoon it begins to move in, snow and sleetly nighttime, we'll see a change over to rain as temperatures begin to come up, maybe see a snow/sleet accumulation of an inch, in new york city dry un
. the philadelphia eagles won, by the way, 34-20 over detroit. both teams are winners when you think about what they played in. the highway patrol says eyes and bad visibility to blame in this pile-up in milwaukee countiy, wisconsin. 18 wheelers jack knifed and cars smashed into them. more than 40 vehicles wreck individual. police up and down the shore of lick michigan are advising people, guess what? stay home. >>> headed toward the east coast now, it is not wisconsin cold, but it is certainly nasty. 31 degrees and freezing. it is making for an interesting day at reagan national airport and that's where we find our erin mcpike. people are still encouraged their flights will get out, but how many flights are actually stuck right now? >> reporter: well, we've got a lot of freezing rain coming down right now, deb, which we've had for the past couple of hours and because of that freezing rain u.s. airways especially which cease a lot of air traffic coming in and out of this airport has cancelled a number of the flights this afternoon and this evening and there are also a number of delays. we've se
three simultaneous snow games in the lions/eagles game, detroit had seven fumbles in the 34-20 eagles victory. the other snow games were also relatively high-scoring. the journal reports that an average of 53.8 combined points in these games was more than any other snowy sunday since 1991. >> wow. >>> speaking of the weather, flightaware.com reports 1,300 flights have been canceled today. for more on where it's headed next, we are joined by jim cantore of the weather channel. and, jim, it looks like a lot of areas on the east coast have been getting pretty rough mornings and rough commutes. >> yeah. we're on the northern fringe up here in andover, massachusetts, which is about 25 miles north of boston. 93 moving nicely behind me. a lot of people watch the weather religiously. at 5:30 this morning, that was the same traffic we had here on this interstate. not surprising people getting out and getting things done early. by the way, the 1,300 flights you mentioned canceled today nationwide, 700 of them are once again out of dallas and mostly american flights. so huge problems continue in
eagle, delta, northwest a few years later, united, continual nenl, and southwest and air tran in 2011 and now that the air deal is done these new supersized american airlines, they reduced the amount of 7 carriers to just four today. and the key is is whether or not these four. obviously that e means less competition for some markets but what does it mean for overall markets? they go as fears the justice department. >> what does history tell us about that? >> according to a report issued by price waterhouse coopers, before the latest merger mainan began and 2007. 2011. what has changed is the number of fees that passengers don't have to pay for things like luggage. so overall the fees are actually larger, occupying a larger chunk of what the airlines have been doing to bring in money. >> sold its remaining stock in general motors, how did that bailout work out? >> so tony, the federal government essentially gave nearly $50 billion in a settlement. taxpayers got back nearly 'nother million, because gm was saved, and the value of the stock and whatnot. the united states government lost
was at philly. the lions lost to the eagles about look at the snow. thissen a small amount of snow. they got, depending on the area of pilly, somewhere around five to ten but you can see the pileups at the feet. they have to make the line markers so you can see the line so they can make calls. this next one, baltimore and minnesota, baltimore winning this one but minnesota is at baltimore so this is an outdoor game and it was challenging iful. this next one, the dolphins never played that well in the snow but did yesterday. they were at pittsburgh yesterday, and pittsburgh lost to miami 28-34. the snow was problem, but, well, the pittsburgh fans, you know that the real problem is. kind of like people in washington. rg3 did not have a good day. you wonder when this is going to pass for rg3. in the snow, kansas city had come to town, and, man, beat the rg3 out of them. 45-10. snow was big factor in a lot of games yesterday as we can see on the big wall. >>> younger north korean leader has turn on a member of his family. kim jong-un, you heard about him. but they're making moves in north korea
's worrisome to people. i'm totally cognizant when i looked at the charts during the halftime at the eagles game, they took my breath away. stocks are relentlessly plugged higher. and pretty much at this point i think in an unnatural way. they need to cool off for a couple of weeks. and today felt like the beginning of a cool-off. you want to know if the sell-off will last? all you have to do is pay attention to tomorrow's resurge. if we get more downgrades like 3m, and they work, and we get nor internet downgrades and they move the stock lower, we'll go lower still. but if we get buy reiterations, they might stem the decline. research is that powerful. the buyers want reassurance to keep buying, not downgrade. you know what? i think the buyer is getting away. stay with cramer. >>> mad about "mad money"? immerse yourself into cramer's world while you watch the show with zeebox. on your phone, tablet, or on the web, get sneak peeks. go behind the scenes, and join the conversation. download the free app today for the ultimate cramerican adventure. in a world that's changing faster than ever,
want to tell you, we've got a big game sunday. my lion against your eagles. >> it's tight. -- i'm calling about lumber liquidators. i bought some shares back about a month ago, and now they've been hit with a class action suit with wall and proctor, and i'm thinking of cutting my losses and selling. >> i don't know, look, i've got to tell you, this is one of those high-growth stocks that will catch a bid as soon as we get interest rates that go appreciably lower, so let's not sell it now. lumber liquidator, i know it does have operational problems and it is growing like a weed, but i don't want you to jettison it right now. too low. >> let's go to ross in florida. ross? >> how's it going? >> pretty good, ross, how are you? >> i have a question about b & p. >> look. it's interesting.c p. >> look. it's interestinm p. >> look. it's interesting. noel people do not buy second tier. i'm not kidding, i would buy deere. you want to play that end of thing, let's buy deere and go 'noles. i covered football in 1977 and '78. pam in new jersey. pam! >> hi, pam, it's pam from new jersey, i ju
in large part to oil and being found in places like the eagle ford shale, permian basin. texas real estate's on fire and it's a great place to start a new business. very business friendly. no wonder that tcbi has rallied 23% in the past few years. a commercial bank operating in austin, dallas, ft. worth, houston, san antonio, which also does personal banking for wealthy professionals and entrepreneurs and they have a lending business as well. and that's where tcbi lends money to other banks so they can in turn originate mortgages. when the company reported back in october, tcbi missed estimates by three cents off a 77 cent basis. but the underlying metrics were so strong, people saw through that. growing 10% year-over-year. total deposits up 33%, pretty staggering, stock jumped 12.4% the next day. bank's on fire. let's check in with george jones. he's the ceo of texas capital bank shares, learn more about where his company's headed. mr. jones, welcome to "mad money." how are you, sir? great to see you, sir. have a seat. how do you grow organically that kind of deposit base. is that just be
in the eagles/lions game. ground crews did their best to improve the playing conditions but it was tough. the lions, they fumbled seven time in the game! neither team even dared try a field goal. now the weather, it did help facilitate some crazy finishes. in the span of 20 minutes, three games ended in wild fashion. vikings/ravens it was the craziest of them all and combined to score 36 points. this is going very fast because they scored 36 points in the final 2:05 of the game. the ravens got the last laugh scoring that touchdown with four seconds left. two minutes later, the steelers were desperately laterallying the ball around the field and antonio brown breaks free and looks like he scores the game winning touchdown but he stepped out of bounds! game over. dolphins win. ten minutes later in foxborough, the patriots capped off an amazing touchdown and they scored a touchdown and got the onside kick and scored another touchdown within 30 seconds and they beat the browns by one point. >>> out in sunny, los angeles, lakers fans revoice as kobe bryant made his triumphant return to action
brown. ravens win a wild one in baltimore. heaviest snow of the day was in philly. lions and eagles. ground crew had a tough time keeping up. tied game in the fourth quarter. eagles win 34-20, 8-5. the pole now won five consecutive games. pittsburgh steelers dolphins. the miami players didn't seem to mind the weather. fourth quarter check out the tight end charles clay. come on. oh, my gosh. that's unbelievable. shaking the defenders wrestling his way out of that one. touchdown. dolphins take the lead. with no time on the clock steelers have time for one more play. >> one second to get the snap off. desperation time for pittsburgh. a throw to sanders. played the lateral game here for pittsburgh. back to ortiz. roethlisberger now running. shovels up for ground. he's got room. throws down the sideline. miami trying to bring it down and antonio brown, incredible! ? >> looks like could be the winning touchdown, toe out of bounds. steelers lose to dolphins. >>> patriots and brown, rob gronkowski takes a hit at the knee. he goes down and carted off the field. torn acl. done for the season
between the eagles and the lions. >> he's got it. williams on the coverage with a face full of snow. >> reporter: "today" show viewers tweeting us their pictures of the wintry weather. iced over cotton in missouri. a roadway in washington, d.c., and baby's first snowfall. here in the northeast, the storm weakened by the time it got here, but we have snow extending up into new england, but it is still making roads very slippery. that makes a mess of a monday morning commute. matt. >>> dylan dreyer, thank you very much. >> can we just agree that ice is the worst. it's so difficult. >> nothing goes on ice and we have another day of this at last. let's take a look washington, d.c., pretty shot of the capitol. federal employees are being told to come to work two hours late because of the icy conditions in and around washington. and, in fact, as we look and show you what we've got as far as winter weather advisories and freezing rain advisories all the way down into north carolina. winter storm warnings as well. you can see the purple/pinkish area. that's the freezing rain. snow to the no
from eagle river, wisconsin. and the big story that we've got for you, the ice. this is going to happen, starting tonight, through early tomorrow. we're talking about a lot of weather. that means up to three-quarters of an inch or an inch in some of the south. we'll if be following that storm. and the bitter cold that pours in. look at the places like lexington, kentucky, in the 60s. dropping below freezing for highs by the time we reach the weekend. >>> good thursday morning. i'm meteorologist lisa argen. waking up to subfreezing temperatures and a freeze warning through 9:00. by noontime, we're still in the low to mid-40s, and temperat >> this weather report has been brought to you by jared, the galleria of jewelry. now that i'm flushed and embarrassed slightly, we'll head outside to everybody and that mustang, josh. >>> it's great to be out here. it's great to watch robin fan girl right now. it's terrific stuff. we've been tracking it all morning long through the streets of new york city. we're about to reveal, for the first time anywhere, the highly-anticipated 2015 ford mustang. th
. 58 people got sick in that. that is the largest outbreak since 1996. 21 people, many members of eagle mountain church in texas came down with measles in august. north carolina and california have also seen significant outbreaks. according to the centers for disease control almost 100% of these cases came into the country from overseas. now among the people who got sick and that texas church is a good example of that, most people had not been vaccinated. that's what they have in common. many people either don't belief vaccinationings for religious reasons. a large number of people who believe perhaps the vaccination causes autism. some children who came down with measles including one last week in seattle were simply too young to be vaccinated because you can't get the vaccine until you're a-year-old. the u.s. declared measels eradicated back in 2000 but worldwide the virus continues to rage with an estimated 20 million intech shuns each and every year. among the people who got sick in the united states, 20 people had to be hospitalized, five came down with pneumonia. thankfully there
later arrested. >>> are green energy farms getting a free pass for killing bald and golden eagles? the obama administration is finalizing a rule that would not penalize wind farms for killing these birds for decades. this just weeks after a company paid out a million dollars for killing more than a dozen birds in wyoming after they were sucked into some giant wind turbines. >>> and call it the lazy boy for babies. just in time for christmas, fisher price unveiling this chair called the ipad activity seat. it let's you snap your ipad into that chair so that your baby can watch the screen. critics are outraged, saying too much screen time can be damaging to the brain development. and those are your headlines. >> just need a cup holder for the bottle and you'd have everything you need right there. >>> we saw from rick reichmuth as he was dangling off the side of the building, and by the way, he made it safely. it's a little breezy and wet. maria molina is on the streets of new york city. >> good morning. that's right. the rain has stopped here in new york city at the moment. but we d
about philadelphia. that is coming soon. >> absolutely i will be in philadelphia for the eagles-lions game. coverage on al jazeera. now we are talking college football. it was championship game saturday. there was a game that could send shock waves. a win over michigan. they came to play. for the first time this season - 72 yards for a touch down. cook at it again. michigan state up 17-0. early in the second half miller they were late first. miller with a second touch down. six yards out. 24 unanswered points from the buck eyes, and it was party on time. michigan state ended on a 17-nothing run and starting to bin 34-24 to punch a ticket to the rose ball, knocking ohio state out of the b.c. s picture. across the football nations, the buckeyes loss. tiger on tiger. number 3 and number 5 share a nickname. nick marshall shared the ball with missouri three time via a fumble. losing two of them. mason 194 yard and two scores in the first. auburn 28-27 at the break. whatever was said the half-time did not work. corey grant at 55 yards, that score. put the hurt on the tigers and missou
the gentleman from minnesota seek recognition? mr. paulsen: i rise today to congratulate the eagles for winning minnesota high school football championship. it was a threepete, nine high school championship and became the school to win three consecutive titles. the road to the state title was nothing short of excellence and it was earned through unwambering hard work. they ex emapply fide and shown incredible determination, character and team work. no wonder that 20,000 people came out to watch the game. congratulations to the entire team including the coach and athletic director. it is a success to their high level of commitment and all aspects of their years to come. the speaker pro tempore: for what purpose does the gentlewoman from seek recognition? >> permission to address the house for one minute. the speaker pro tempore: without objection. ms. lee: let me thank our leader nancy pelosi for her support to fight hiv-aids. this morning, i had the honor of joining president obama, secretary kerry, secretary sebelius and many advocates at the white house to mark world aids day. it was a time t
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